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The Navy’s electromagnetic railgun is officially dead
The United States has lost the railgun wars.
The US is headed for a reckoning between its military ambitions and its budget
The U.S. has to make hard choices about whether spending that money is worth it. Unfortunately, our approach has been that of the Yankees great Yogi Berra. "When faced with a fork in the road, take both."
The Army’s beastly new short-range air defense turret is moving full steam ahead
After years in development, the Army's high-powered mobile short-range air defense system (M-SHORAD) for Stryker brigade combat teams is marching towards an explosive debut on a battlefield near you
Shanahan still undecided on which projects will be impacted by border wall funding
According to the law, the defense secretary has to decide whether the wall is militarily necessary before money from the military construction budget can be used.
Two-Year Military Funding Deal Hangs In Balance Amid Government Shutdown Anxiety
As the clock ticked closer to a government shutdown Friday, lawmakers said they were nearing a deal on a massive...
Fighter Pilot Turned Congresswoman Throws Wrench In Quiet Plans To Cut A-10 Squadrons
Buried in the Department of Defense’s fiscal year 2018 budget request released in May was deadly surprise for U.S. troops...
Mattis Personally Intervened To Jam As Many Bombs As Possible Into The DoD Budget
Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis “personally intervened” in the Department of Defense’s fiscal year 2018 budget request to maximize the...
Trump Budget Calls For 2.1% Military Pay Raise In 2018
Editor’s Note: This article by Richard Sisk originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and veteran...